According to CNN, 68 percent of voters who said they never attend religious services voted Democrat in their respective state and local elections, while only 30 percent of this group voted for the GOP.
Conversely, among those who replied that they attend religious service monthly or more, 55 percent voted Republican and 44 percent Democrat.
As church attendance grows more frequent, the probability of voting Republican also rises.
Among those who attend religious services weekly or more, 58 percent voted Republican while only 40 percent voted for Democrat candidates.
Meanwhile, 63 percent of Americans who say they never attend religious services voted Democrat.